My parents lost their original notarized copies of powers of attorney, naming myself as able to take care of finances, etc. They are both in assisted living, both with dementia, but able to still sign and converse. I have copies of the originals, is there a way to notarize these somehow? Add a... Read more »
That's an interesting question. You are essentially trying to have a new POA created with the same terms as the old POA. As phrased, the answer is probably no, but there may be ways around it. Keep in mind that you shouldn't need the original POA when acting for your parents for most...Read more »
Can I use school mascots and names? What about poems or popular quotes? If a person is on a local sports team (non professional, such as Little League), can I include their name in the puzzle? I have purchased my images from a website and have created templates, but if I want to personalize the... Read more »
To a certain extent, it's going to depend on each item. Look for things that are in the public domain or attribution free. Otherwise you need to get authorization and/or pay to use trademarked or copyrighted materials.
I’m a 17 year old minor. I’m buying my 25 year old brother’s car soon. Person to person sale. How does the title work? Would it go in my parent’s name and when I’m 18, I need to change it or it automatically changes. Or is it in my and their name, and it automatically removes when I’m 18?
You cannot own property as a minor. The car would be in your parent(s) name. When you turn 18 it does not automatically change. They would have to either gift, or sell you the car. You would take that to the BMV for a new title and pay the associated costs.
I lived in Louisiana when my son was born. I was not married. My boyfriend and I filled out paternity paperwork and he is on the birth certificate. We now live in Ohio. Do we have joint custody or do I have sole custody?
While a lawyer would have to look at the laws of the various jurisdictions involved, it is very likely you have joint custody at this point. The whole point of filing out paperwork acknowledging paternity and getting yourself named the father on the birth certificate is to establish that...Read more »
They told us we did NOT have to get vaccinated then an hour later told us that we DO need to get vaccinated against COVID-19. I was accepted for a month and a half with a down payment before I was informed that I needed to get the COVID vaccine, so now it’s crunch time and I either get the shot... Read more »
The letter should tell you. If you're unclear, bring it to an attorney for review. All I can say is, don't bury your head in the sand. Official correspondence from a Court should not be avoided or ignored. Failing to act usually only makes matters worse.
No question is asked here. If you have a general legal question feel free to post. For a definitive answer about your particular situation and advise on options available to you, a full consultation with an attorney would be needed.
My partner and I have rented from my parents since March. No lease, but an informal list of expectations was sent via facebook messenger. My mother decided that my sister and her boyfriend could move in earlier this momth, and that if I have a problem I could move out. I cannot afford to move out;... Read more »
In short, yes they can. You are free to negotiate a new lease agreement with them taking the change into consideration, but it is their house. If additional issues arise and you are unable to stay there, you can try to argue constructive eviction, but that can be difficult. For a detailed...Read more »
It's unlikely. Police have immunity from liability from civil cases in all but a few instances. For a definitive answer you would need to sit down with an attorney to review the entirety of the situation in detail.
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry about your accident, but am glad no one was hurt. You may have already done so by now, but you could reach out to a Traffic Ticket attorney in the Marion area to discuss the violation and the no-insurance...Read more »
Tough to say from the generic description. The normal waivers we see are related to notice that the estate is being probated. I suggest taking the document into an attorney and having him or her review for you. Since each county probate court has their own forms that are used an attorney who...Read more »
She told me the order was temporary, However my spouse and I live together and have a infant . He is the breadwinner in the home and I am currently out of work with no income and he was ordered to leave the home . I am to have no contact with him whatsoever, not even through a third party . This is... Read more »
His Canadian estate consists of the contents of a storage container of household goods in BC and stock in a Canadian company at the time of his death. He was a resident of BC prior to joining me in Ohio. He did not own any vehicles, bank accounts or real estate in Canada. His US estate consists of... Read more »
The rent was paid in full and accepted for July on July 3. However on July 20, my mother received a notice to leave the premises in three days for nonpayment of a $75 late fee. There was never any previous notice about a late fee, and she wasn’t even late, the money was taken out of her account... Read more »
She (my mother) tells everyone that it's his house ...he gives her money when he can hes an artist (tattoo):and covid has put a huge issue as business goes but he does wait on her hand and foot ....can she kick him out with no notice no nothing no eviction papers
If the proper eviction process is not followed, then he could sue her for unlawful eviction. It sounds like she needs help. If she is not mentally competent, and she has not executed a power of attorney, then someone might need to apply to become her guardian. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to...Read more »
I would talk to an Ohio attorney about beating your brother to the punch to get appointed as Administrator of the estate. In my state, Louisiana, you and he would have equal preferenced in right to be appointed. Ohio may have a statute that provides that a local person living in the state has a...Read more »
I have a rental property, and my step daughter was living in it for rent free. We recenlty parted ways and she wants to take the shed from the property. can she leggally do that or is that a permanant fixture.
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